Knee Pain Relief Midland Park NJ
Although any joint in your body can become inflamed and develop a degenerative condition, knees are the most likely to develop a chronic pain syndrome. Fact is your knee joints are gradually wearing away from the cradle to the grave. Several degenerative conditions like osteoarthritis can occur when bones begin to rub against each other. Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an autoimmune disease that causes the body's immune system to mistakenly attack healthy tissue and bone. The synovial membrane that covers the knee joint also can become swollen and inflammed. Post traumatic injuries from meniscal tears, ligament strains and tendinitis can contribute to knee instability resulting in additional wear-and-tear to the joint.
Treatments for Chronic Knee Pain
- Medial Meniscus Injury
- Lateral Meniscus Injury
- ACL Sprains
- MCL Sprains
- LCL Sprain
- Knee Cap Pain Syndrome
- Jumpers Knee
- Bakers Cyst
- Degenerative Joint Disease
- IT Band Syndrome
Knee pain can have a huge impact on your life and restricted mobility can keep you from doing the things you love to do. At the MedWell Center for Pain Relief, our doctors will provide a comprehensive physical exam using the latest diagnostic tools to determine why you are continuing to suffer with knee pain. We specialize in the latest nonsurgical therapies and treatment regimens that stimulate your body's natural healing processes. Platelet rich plasma (PRP) injections using musculoskeletal ultrasound guidance is often a viable option for people wanting to avoid knee replacement surgery. In addition, stem cell therapy is a minimally invasive procedure that can decrease inflammation for knee pain relief, halt the progression of the arthritis, repair joint cartilage and delay replacement surgery.
Physical therapy may be prescribed to help strengthen and stabilize to provide knee pain relief. Platelet rich plasma and stem cell therapies are also safe and effective treatments that help to regenerate soft tissues in the joint and promote healing. Stem cells have the unique ability to replicate and develop into new tissues in your joint for healing more complex knee injuries. Call MedWell today to schedule your FREE consultation and get immediate relief for your knee pain.